SAP Unveils Co-Innovation Lab in Pennsylvania

SAP has established a facility in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, as part of efforts to increase collaboration between the company and its partners and customers.

The Co-Innovation Lab located at SAP’s North American headquarters has space and infrastructure for professionals to create business applications related to internet of things, big data analytics and other emerging technology, the company said Tuesday.

Rodolpho Cardenuto, president of the global channels and general business at SAP, said the company looks to enhance its product development in North American market by expanding its digital ecosystem through the lab that draws from its partner ecosystem for capacities in digital technologies, hardware and networks.

SAP also established the lab for its partners to receive project support and to help them introduce new applications to the marketplace faster.

The facility is the company’s second Co-Innovation Lab in North America and its 15th globally, with the first such lab established in Palo Alto, California in 2007.

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